Buying an Android phone can be very tricky. You want something that is reliable and is full of features. Unlike Apple, there’re lots of choices in the Android domain. Companies such as Samsung and LG cater to the demands of the masses, producing phones in several price ranges. Nowadays, large screens have become hugely popular. People find it much easier to view content on larger screens and it is also more convenient to use the phone itself. Gone are the days when 3.5” screens ruled the market. Since there are so many options to consider, buying an Android phone can be difficult without proper guidance. Here are a few options that you should consider:
The OPPO find 7 is a fantastic device by the Chinese electronics giant. Introduced in the May of 2014, the Find 7 includes all the features that you would expect from a high-end device, without charging an exorbitant price for it. The phone has an IPS LCD with a screen size of 5.5”, sporting a pixel density of 534 ppi. For a 5.5” phone, this is one of the highest pixel densities in the market. The phone ships with Android Jelly Bean, 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory (there’s also an option to expand memory size with a microSD card). The device is powered by a 3000 mAH battery, which is more than enough to last you a day of heavy use. The company has established itself as one of the heavyweights in the Android market. Since 2008, the company had been producing smart phones for the Chinese market. However, they have now expanded to other countries as well, such as Australia and the UK.
If you don’t want to purchase an OPPO device, you could go for tried and tested options such as Samsung. Samsung is the largest retailer/manufacturer of mobile phones in the world. The company offers high-end devices as well as mid-range and low-range smart phones, targeted at people from all walks of life. If you are looking for the best of the best, go for the Samsung Galaxy S6. It is the company’s flagship device, and offers a plethora of new features. It is a significant upgrade over the S5, and even comes with a curved screen model, known as the Galaxy Edge.
Based in Taiwan, HTC started off as a major power horse in the smart phone industry. Over time, the company’s market share continued to decline. However, in the past few years, HTC has reinvented itself. Rather than sell smart phones which were crippled with bloatware and boring designs, the company introduced the HTC One, a gorgeous metallic device. It was an instant hit, and led to the release of the M8, which continued the company’s resurgence. If you are looking for a combination of good looks, beauty and style, the HTC One is an excellent choice. There are cheaper options available as well, such as the HTC Desire.